Sahiwal - Wikipedia
Sahiwal (Punjabi and Urdu: ساہِيوال ), formerly known as Montgomery, is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. It is the 21st largest city of Pakistan by population and the administrative capital of both Sahiwal District and Sahiwal Division. Sahiwal is approximately 180 km from the major city Lahore and 100 km from Faisalabad and lies between Lahore and Multan. The city lies in a densely ...
Sahiwal | Definition of Sahiwal by Merriam-Webster
Sahiwal definition is - an Indian breed of humped short-horned solid-colored dairy cattle.
Breeds - Sahiwal - The Cattle Site
The Sahiwal is the heaviest milker of all Zebu breeds and display a well developed udder. Sahiwals demonstrate the ability to sire small, fast-growing calves and are noted for their hardiness under unfavorable climatic conditions. Statistics; High milk yields Tick and parasite resistance Heat tolerant Ease of calving Longevity, reproducing for upto 20yrs Drought resistant Bloat tolerant Good ...
Sahiwal - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Sahiwal. The Sahiwal is usually various shades of red to brown, with varying white markings (Fig. 5 ). Originally from Pakistan, it may have influences from the Gir and Red Sindhi. It is now an international breed found in many countries. It is the best dairy breed of India. It is a heavy breed, parasite-resistant and heat-tolerant.
Sahiwal | Pakistan | Britannica
Sahiwal, city, east-central Punjab province, eastern Pakistan. It lies on the vast Indus River plain in the densely populated region between the Sutlej and Ravi rivers. The city was founded in 1865 and was named for Sir Robert Montgomery, then lieutenant governor of the Punjab in British-controlled